stuff we drool about

C-FOUR WOOD STOVE | BY CHARNWOOD

Charnwood is a British family-run woodburning stove company founded in 1972. Their latest release is the classically styled C-Series, it was the little C-four model that caught our attention. It features a single air control for exceptional clean burning and outstanding efficiency, it also allows for wood to be burnt in smoke control areas. Available in 8 colors.



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Worn & Wound
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PICNYC TABLE

picNYC Table is a fun project by Dutch designer Haiko Cornelissen. Made for the Urban residence, the table was inspired by Urban farming, a fast growing phenomenon that consists of bringing the typically rural practice of agriculture into the city. The picNYC table goes one step further and brings the rural experience of picnicking not just in the city, but into the apartment. The picNYC table is fully made out of high-end light weight aluminum, and beside grass, o...
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MOD BOX

In Modern times the new concept of live/work space is starting to become very popular. We have already shown you a few examples previously,  the "Ecospace WorkPod", the "Archipod garden office", and the "Office Pod". The Mod Box featured here is a higher-end version, it has very low energy consumption and is fitted with state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures....
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CLASSIFIED MOTO FURNITURE

We have done some features on Classified Moto during the last couple of years, from their awesome custom bikes to their very creative and unique furniture made out of recycled vintage bike parts. Our friends John and Betsy Ryland have contacted us to let us know they have added some new pieces to the collection, a table ($1,499), a table lamp ($199) and a floor lamp ($429). All pieces are custom made from retired components from up to three different vintage motorcy...
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